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Nanoco Group Plc LSE:NANO London Ordinary Share GB00B01JLR99 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.90p +4.99% 40.00p 220,835 16:29:57
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
39.70p 40.00p 40.00p 39.10p 39.10p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 3.32 -7.41 -2.21 114.4

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26/5/2019
09:20
Nanoco Daily Update: Nanoco Group Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NANO. The last closing price for Nanoco was 38.10p.
Nanoco Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 36.50p and a 12 week average price of 36.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 55.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 30.45p.
There are currently 285,934,927 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 329,204 shares. The market capitalisation of Nanoco Group Plc is £114,373,970.80.
13/5/2019
20:23
mrplay: "I’d advise you all to be a bit more thoughtful. If, for example, Apple announce a new iPhone using Nanoco IR QDs (check the site visit presentation from last September before you disagree this is a plausible possibility) and the share price doubles overnight you’re not going to look as clever as you must think you are to be able to talk down to me in the way you do." This is the point EVERYONE is making. It makes no sense for Mike to sell 2 million shares if they are so so close. Now if they are not close as per usual then it makes plenty of sense for him to sell. As he will know the only way the share price is going is south, just like it has 56p to 43p. Again if no sales made no money and more fund raising where he and ii's can buy even cheaper than 18p. So yes, lets all take a minute to thank Mike for his wonderful work over the years.
13/5/2019
20:07
nigwit: You can’t blame him when a whole industry hasn’t got going yet and everyone else got it wrong too. The only company making QDs for display in serious quantities is Hansol. It’s not clear if they, or even Samsung, are making profits on them either. Everything else is relatively small scale, even the cadmium-based product is still niche. What’s more no other QD company has relationships with anyone as significant as DuPont or Merck or Apple. You can call me mad if it helps you because it’s all water off a duck’s back to me but maybe I’m the sane one who has things in perspective. After all I was referring to my profits, with which I’m content so far having already doubled my money in under two years. I’d advise you all to be a bit more thoughtful. If, for example, Apple announce a new iPhone using Nanoco IR QDs (check the site visit presentation from last September before you disagree this is a plausible possibility) and the share price doubles overnight you’re not going to look as clever as you must think you are to be able to talk down to me in the way you do.
13/5/2019
14:48
mwwh: I have not complained about Edelman's money, but I wish you would stop posting BS, demeaning people on this board and behaving as you did on the other board. Edleman deserves his money and has worked hard, but does not deserve to be called successful until Nanoco becomes profitable. He moved to the USA in 2015, supposedly selling 1.3+ millions shares at 44P to help pay his expenses at a time when the share price was falling. Thus, your claim that the price rose from 18P to 44P because Edelman moved to America is simply a rewrite of history. In fact, he help drive it to 18P. This said, I am glad to know that this board is not public. I would not want anyone to know what I think.
13/5/2019
10:18
andycapped: Speculation rather than questioning- who is going to give an answer? Ultimately it will most likely be via a leak or an RNS, by which time it's usually too late for the average pi to switch tactics, depending on which way the share price is going. Nigel Pickett also sold some of his holding, but a minuscule amount- less than 2.5% of his stake. As far as we know other directors have maintained their shares, and the ii's- who really have the power to move the direction of the share price- don't seem to be reducing at present.
13/5/2019
09:38
davidw1: NigWit Your appearance on ADVFN has caused quite a stir! Please do not dismiss others views and attempt to censor what some view as realism. Keep to what you do rather well - informing all of emerging news and your views. Nice to see Wah Hong is up again but it has been making progress for months and yet there is no direct correlation in the NANO share price. If you are right that WH is producing film with Dow DuPont CFQD for Display then you are ahead of markets that NANO is listed on. Also, before the FCA would take any action on insider dealing it needs hard evidence of it, which is hard to come by and it would need to be very confident in it. I don’t think anyone is suggesting that ME acted on inside info. He is well placed to form his own judgement/view and able to trade shares in Open periods. As shareholders we are able to question why he would want to sell.
13/5/2019
08:04
mrplay: Has mike every sold when good news has happened? Memory serves including now the share price falls and stays down for quite some time after he sells. 56p to what 44p now. And to sell what 10 million of his 11 million shares. Yes, all to pay off his morgage. Wait did he not sell a couple of million when share price was £1.50-60 making millions stating relocation to buy a home in the states. Do not think he is paying a morgage. Next guess? oh your other guess was that might have a sick child. Most believe he is living beyond his means or his wife is. Oh and actully find information related to nanoco not great things other companies are doing that nanoco has attached its name to. For example referring to every new product apple release to nanoco. We have seen how every bit of news relating to wa hong (wa hong share price yawn) has failed to materilse as well every display that you mention nanoco is part of. Facts not dreams.
12/5/2019
15:47
davidw1: That is pretty much how I feel Bagpuss. Have been a holder of NANO for 8 years and whilst I believe in CF, the science, and range of applications, ME transactions have previously been a reliable barometer of the future direction in share price. Knowing their decision to place an order could be critical to profit or loss for NANO, why would the American partner not simply fund a placing at low value or make a lowball offer for the entire company? The investment in Runcorn to date is simply loose change for a large firm and a good investment either way. Ensuring that NANO had its products in retail lines has been ME’s responsibility but recent share sales do not suggest any confidence he has broken his Duck now.
14/1/2019
11:19
lauders: See Lauders still complaining about PR. That's going to be a 20 year old story in itself. Least he isn't blaming others for losing money. Progress of a sort. Nice share price move at least. Quite correct re: the PR. Will continue to bang-on about it until they can do a proper job at promoting their product and letting the world know about it. The non-disclosure excuse is very convenient! As for blaming others for losing money, I have never done that as all investment decisions (good and bad) are my own and nobody elses. If I am stupid enough to invest in a dud or something like NANO that remains stagnant for years that is completely my fault. Perhaps you were thinking of the time that you you posted NANO was going in the right direction and thought I was blaming you for getting folk interested and suggesting they buy? Not at all, just thought your timing was perfect on that as NANO just reversed and has been going down ever since to only recently start heading in the right direction. Seems your timing is spot on again Rochdae as you just mentioned the nice share price move and it has started to decline again. Perhaps refraining from commenting on the direction may help? One day you may be right about NANO. As for the big A, there is still no clear evidence. Love it if there were, but until there is it is rumour, plain and simple.
02/5/2018
13:04
ih_332411: They may be committed to the display market, but I'm not sure about commitment to the technology. Based on their patent applications they appear to be working to advance the state of the art of QD synthesis. Whether that is outside of the Nanoco technology or supplemental to it remains to be seen. Regardless, it would appear that the NANO share price has already fully discounted the Dow relationship.
12/4/2018
19:44
hannath: In tomorrow’s Investors Chronicle issue NANOCO GROUP PLC (NANO) Nanoco on the cusp of revenue acceleration MEGAN BOXALL Commercial sales are finally beginning to materialise at Nanoco (NANO). Chief executive Michael Edelman admits that he may have been a little optimistic about the time frame for revenue generation from his company’s novel quantum dots – which can be used to emit light using very little – but says that eight of the commercial programmes will begin generating sales in the second half. Indeed, broker Peel Hunt expects revenues in the 2018 financial year (which ends in July) to be roughly six times higher than the £1.3m generated in FY2017. Sales may have been a long time coming, but investors can at least take comfort from the fact that Nanoco has reduced its spending. In 2017, management removed 50 staff and £400,000 of costs every month, meaning operating losses narrowed to £4.8m from £6.4m in the first six months of FY2017. The balance sheet is also looking healthy following the £8.6m fundraising last October. Beyond the current financial year, Nanoco’s prospects are even more exciting thanks to its recent commercial agreement with a large US corporation for the manufacture of electronic nano-particles. The company is paying to increase the manufacturing capacity at the group’s Runcorn facility and will start ordering products in early 2019. Therefore, the first adjusted pre-tax profit of £7.2m is expected in FY2019, giving EPS of 2.4p (from -£5.4m and -2p in 2018; and -£10.7m and -3.7p in 2017). NANOCO (NANO) ORD PRICE: 36p MARKET VALUE: £101m TOUCH: 35-36p 12-MONTH HIGH: 47p LOW: 18p DIVIDEND YIELD: nil PE RATIO: na NET ASSET VALUE: 5p* NET CASH: £8.7m Half-year to 31 Jan Turnover (£000) Pre-tax profit (£m) Earnings per share (p) Dividend per share (p) 2017 676 -6.4 -2.3 nil 2018 196 -4.8 -1.6 nil % change -71 - - - Ex-div: na Payment: na *Includes intangible assets of £3.2m, or 1.1p a share Investors have been right to be wary of Nanoco as it has struggled to gain sales traction over the last 12 months, but we think the group has finally reached a turning point, that will see revenues (and the share price) accelerate. Buy. Last IC View: Buy, 31p, 4 Apr 2017
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